Panthalassa To Shuttle To Yulong In Australia

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Dual Group 1 winner Panthalassa (Jpn) will shuttle to Yulong in Australia for the Southern Hemisphere breeding season later this year.

Trained in Japan by Yoshito Yahagi, Panthalassa won seven of his 27 starts and was a familiar name on the international stage, demonstrating rare versatility in winning the 2022 G1 Dubai Turf at Meydan–when dead-heating with Lord North (Ire) (Dubawi {Ire})–and the 2023 G1 Saudi Cup on the Riyadh dirt.

The son of Lord Kanaloa (Jpn) brought the curtain down on his career in a retirement ceremony at Nakayama Racecourse in January and has recently been standing his first Northern Hemisphere breeding season at Arrow Stud in Japan.

Vin Cox, Yulong's general manager, said, “It is such a wonderful opportunity to have Panthalassa standing at Yulong. Winning international Group 1 races on both dirt and turf as an older horse demonstrates an amazing versatility and soundness that he will undoubtedly pass on to his progeny.

“With earnings of A$21million, he is the highest earning horse ever to stand in Australia and has an outcross pedigree that should provide huge appeal for breeders.”

Panthalassa has been introduced at Yulong at a fee of A$16,500 (around €9,960).

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